Brazil: 42% blame Bolsonaro for inflation -poll

PoderData's results also show that 76% of the Brazilian population say their lives have been affected by recent price increases.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The latest PoderData poll, conducted May 22-24, 2022, shows that 42% of the population blames President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) for the recent price increases in Brazil.

Another 18% believe state governors are to blame. The coronavirus pandemic is cited by 16%, and the war between Russia and Ukraine by 9%.

Inflation in Brazil has been 12.1% in the last 12 months, the highest level since October 2003.

Bolsonaro's supporters, who approve of his government, are more likely to blame the governors for the economic scenario. In this group, 38% make this statement. Among . . .

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